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AGORACOM Content On New

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:41 AM on Friday, May 29th, 2009

Good morning to you all.  As many of you know, has undergone a major redesign and is in the midst of their transition.  We first announced our content partnership with back in July of 2008 and now happy to announce that:

  • Our content has been migrated to the new site
  • Our content partnership is expanding

First, to have a look at our migrated content, have a look at the Energy and Resources section of Globe.  You can see our vertical content brick in the right hand margin.  I’ve also included an image of it below:

Second, our content partnership is expanding as you can expect to see a couple of more such content bricks in the coming days.  I’ll update you as they go live.


This development is significant to both our clients and the small-cap industry in general.  Why? and are the online business and investing arm of the Globe & Mail, Canada’s national newspaper.  This is the Wall Street Journal of Canada.  It is where all investors, both retail and institutional, go to find investment ideas. How many investors?  3rd party traffic services say the number is approximately 950,000 unique visitors per month, though we’ve heard the number is bigger.

Add this all up and you have the small-cap industry coming out of the shadows and into the mainstream.  The web now provides quality small-caps and mid-caps with a chance to finally be judged on meritocracy, while pushing scam stocks further into oblivion.  This represents a major shift in market efficiency, which was once significantly out of balance by choosing to simply ignore all emerging companies.

Good news for investors.  Good news for quality companies.  Good news for content providers such as  Win-Win-Win.


2 Responses to “AGORACOM Content On New”

  1. […] Last month we announced was undergoing a major site redesign.  Well, we’re happy to announce that more of our content found its way onto the pages of the new GlobeInvestor beta site!  This time, on a new section called  “Commodities”. […]

  2. Ben says:

    New webpage looks good George. I like how the small cap news blends in with the big cap to create an sense that those junior companies belong with the big boys. All fits in quite seamlessly.